Connecticut Remembers The Holocaust

Connecticut Holocaust and Genocide Education Resources

Our Project

The goal of this project is for students to hear the voices of survivors of the Holocaust, learn their stories, and then use that information to remember and more easily empathize and act on behalf of people whose identity makes them vulnerable today and in the future.

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Survivor Stories

Connecticut Remembers the Holocaust introduces visitors to first-hand history of the Holocaust through the experiences of child survivors who settled in Connecticut, rebuilding their lives in America after the trauma of World War II.

Teaching Resources

In these lessons, students will be asked to reflect on how we remember the Holocaust and how we remember historical events. A set of questions for analyzing a monument can help students get to the meaning of the piece of art and the purpose of the monument.

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